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What Would A Delayed Brexit Mean For EU Nationals?
Following parliament’s initial rejection of the Government’s Withdrawal Agreement on 15 January 2019, the Government was quick to outline their...
European Temporary Leave To Remain: What Is It?
On behalf of what the official guidance has termed “a responsible government”, the Home Office has published official guidance on the European...
Council Of The EU Agrees To Visa Free Travel After Brexit
After a long period of uncertainty, the Council of the EU issued a press release on 1 February 2019 confirming that EU ambassadors have agreed that,...
EU Immigration And A No-Deal Brexit
With the Brexit date of 29 March 2019 fast approaching, much has been said in recent weeks about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, with the spectre...
Applying To Stay In The UK After It Leaves The EU
The EU Settlement Scheme introduced by the Home Office will allow European citizens to gain settled or pre-settled status before the UK leaves the EU...
European Court of Justice confirms UK can cancel Brexit unilaterally
EU citizens and their family members who meet certain criteria and currently reside in the UK are now able to apply for a settled or pre-settled...
Immigration Experts Warn Against A New “Windrush Scandal” Post-Brexit
Following on from our recent blog on the Public Test Phase of the Home Office’s EU Settlement Scheme, it has been reported that UK immigration...
What’s Happening In The Background To The Apparent Failed UK Government Orderly Exit From The EU
An interesting announcement from The Federal Council in Switzerland as posted on their website:
Crucial Vote On Brexit Deal Postponed
Despite clear ministerial statements to the contrary yesterday morning, rumours that today’s scheduled vote on the Brexit deal would be delayed were...
European Court of Justice confirms UK can cancel Brexit unilaterally
Following the opinion given by its Advocate General, Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona (see our blog on Friday), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has...
Opinion Of The Advocate General Of The ECJ In The Article 50 Case
Advocate General Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona has given an opinion that the UK could revoke the notification it gave under Article 50 (of the Treaty...
Government forced to reveal Brexit advice
Just when many might have thought things couldn’t get much worse for the Prime Minister, she has been forced into disclosing the Attorney General’s...

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